The seasoned defender impressed in every chance he was given this season. 

After a decent debut season in the Indian Super League (ISL), Jamshedpur FC has roped in Delhi Dynamos defender Pratik Chowdhary on a one-year deal, the franchise confirmed. The defender has Pratik originally hails from Mumbai and has been playing his trade in professional football since 2011.

The 28-year-old has already played for major Indian clubs like Air India, Rangdajied United, Mohun Bagan, Mumbai FC in the I-League and has represented Kerala Blasters and Delhi Dynamos in the Indian Super League. He represented Delhi Dynamos for nine matches in the recently concluded ISL 2017-18 season.

Chowdhary featured in 11 games for the capital-based side in this season’s ISL and registered a passing accuracy of 74.63%. He also made a whopping number of 40 clearances throughout the season, manning the back of the Dynamos.


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On Signing with Jamshedpur FC, Pratik added “I felt really glad when I was given the opportunity to be a part of Jamshedpur FC and I didn’t have to think twice to say to such a balance side with such a huge fanbase. I have been lucky enough to play under Steve and Wally previously. I have learnt a lot from them and which makes it easy for me to adapt to the system.”

Jamshedpur FC, CEO, Mukul Choudhari added “We have been tracking Pratik for a while and I am delighted that he will be a part of our squad for the upcoming season. He is versatile as a defender and can be used in various roles across the defensive unit. We welcome him to Jamshedpur FC.”